Robin Campbell

 
Lecturer

Phone: 902 585 1562
Emailrobin.campbell@acadiau.ca
Office: CD House, 24 Highland Ave., 1st Floor
 
Teaching
  • Introduction to Public Safety and Community Development
  • Concepts of Leisure
  • Leisure Education
  • Community Design and Active Living
  • Community Program Design
  • Environment and Sustainable Society
  • Festival and Special Event Management
  • Core Term Community Development Project
Scholarly Interests and Expertise
  • Volunteerism and Community Development
  • Occupational health and mental health of public safety personnel
  • Post-traumatic stress and operational stress injuries
  • Peer support mental health interventions in occupational settings
  • Criminalization of mental illnesses
  • International volunteerism
Community Service
  • Associate Researcher with FIREWELL (Firefighter Injury/Illness Remediation Enterprise: Work-participation that Enables Life & Livelihood)
  • Team Member, Fire Service of Nova Scotia- Critical Incident Stress Management Team
  • Served as a Firefighter & Operator in Wolfville & Greenwich Volunteer Fire Departments for 10 years
Did you know?
  • Robin is currently working towards her PhD in Health at Dalhousie University focusing on the mental health and wellness of volunteer firefighters
  • Robin has worked on community development projects in Guyana, Ghana, The Gambia, Argentina, Belize, Peru, has travelled throughout the Caribbean working on a Tall Ship; and has backpacked across Canada and Europe.
  • Robin ran in the Munich 2015 Half-Marathon for the Canadian Diabetes Association- Team Diabetes.

Education